Posts tagged Love
A Review of Ladybird, Directed by Greta Gerwig

Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut is a runaway success. Earning five major Oscar and Golden Globe nominations, Ladybird has been met with critical acclaim alongside indie competition such as Call Me by you Name. Known for headstrong roles in her partner Noah Baumbach’s films Francis Ha and Mistress America, Ladybird is Gerwig’s moment in the limelight - the first of many. 

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A Review of Love 3D, Directed by Gaspar Noé

Love 3D is tale of lost love by the Argentine director Gaspar Noé known best for his controversial works Irreversible and Into the Void. Perhaps as a result of the overwhelming quantity of sex scenes and violent onscreen ejaculation Love 3D has been the subject of much controversy. The narrative trails a passionate sexual relationship between a Parisian artist Electra and her lover Murphy, an American filmmaker. 

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An Interview with Actress and Writer Sophie Winkleman at Soho House, LA

Our trans-Atlantic interviewee Sophie Winkleman is a celebrated British actress and writer born in Primrose Hill, London in 1980. Now based in LA, the vivacious Sophie is known for her roles as Big Suz in Peep Show, Ashton Kutcher's girlfriend Zoey in Two and a Half Men and as Susan in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

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The Dennis Hopper Retrospective at The Royal Academy, London

During my stop over in London I had just enough time to stop by Dennis Hopper’s retrospective in the Burlington Gardens wing of the Royal Academy.  I must begin by admitting that in this rare instance it was not my own initiative, but that of a friend, which lured me in. Surprisingly, it was rather refreshing to enter an exhibition without any prior experience of the work, surrendering myself to the guidance of fans of Hopper's films.

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The Robert Mapplethorpe Retrospective at Le Grand Palais, Paris

The Robert Mapplethorpe retrospective at Le Grand Palais has truly ignited my obsession with his life long love affair with the elusive icon - and author of Just Kids - Patti Smith. It is an enthralling story of unconditional friendship, which goes deeper than sex, co-habitation or even fidelity. Above all, they bonded through their work and felt by magnified...

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